|Jacquelyn Smith (#47138342)|
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|Diane Deputy||Nancy McDaniel Lamar Huffman|
Dear Jacquelyn, Thank you for creating a Find A Grave for Nancy Huffman! She was Nancy McDaniel, born 1781, of Breckinridge Co, KY.- dau of Edward McDaniel/McDonald & Sarah... Nancy marr 1st, 18 Dec 1804, Elisha Lamar (1777-1808). Widow Sarah signed marr bond for Nancy. Samuel Lamar signed marr bond for Elisha Lamar. Elisha & Nancy had one daughter, Catherine Lamar (1806-1863), marr 21 Jan 1822, Perry Co,IN, John Jackson,(1804-1860)// The widow, Nancy McDaniel Lamar marr 2nd, George Huffman,(1780-1854) bef Aug 1809, both of Breckinridge Co. He last paid taxes, 1813; they moved on to Spencer Co, Indiana. One son, John Harrison Huffman, said to be born, 3 Nov 1812, Hancock Co, KY.(a family rec)// Nancy's father, Edward McDaniel, b 23 Sep 1758, Somerset Co, MD, was son of James McDaniel Sr. & Ann Willin/ Willing)//Edward died bef Dec 1804, Breckinridge Co, KY. Edward had two children; Nancy McDaniel, b 1781, (above), & Denny McDaniel, b 1797, GA or MD? d 1860, Harrison Twp, Spencer Co, IN. Denny marr 13 Aug 1818, Spencer Co, IN, Woodruff Chewning, (1795 - 1870), 11 Children b Harrison Twp, Spencer Co, IN,
All for now, hope this will be helpful for you. James McDaniel & Ann Willin/Willing are my direct-line grandparents. Cheers! Diane Deputy email@example.com.
|dtreat||Huffmans, Spencer County, Indiana|
Hi, Jacquelyn. May I have permission to use your photos of the headstones of John Harrison and Delila Jane Stapleton Huffman, in Huffman Cemetery, for my tree on Ancestry.com? They are the in-laws of a distant cousin of mine. Thank you for the good work you are doing for all of us. Regards, Diane
Added by dtreat on Feb 07, 2012 5:06 PM
|Traie Shelhart||John Adams' pic|
Thanks for finding and photographing the John Adams grave. I had a hard time tracking him down, as there are thousands of "John Adams"! Thanks again for the assist!
|susan clemons||Frederick Beeler Photo|
Thank you so much for this photo as he is related to us on my mother's side and I'm trying to add him to our geneology info.
Jacquelyn, I thank you so much for taking the time to go and look for John Lindsay's headstone. Unfortunately, it may be lost for ever and we may never know where it is.
|Pat Lacy||June Long|
The name June Long came from Wolfe County History books and I have not seen the obit for Naomi Blankenship Coldiron. Can you confirm this name to be Jane? I found reference to June in several places in the history books. Please let me know.
Added by Pat Lacy on Feb 05, 2011 1:30 PM
Thank you so much Paul was a dear friend.
Added by cherokee on Oct 25, 2010 2:16 PM
Thank you for the nice picture.
Added by cherokee on Oct 25, 2010 2:13 PM
|Emery Metzler||RE: Photo for Smith grave|
|Hank Cox||Photo requests for Hanks buried in Winchester Cemetery|
Just wanted to let you know that I uploaded as many of the headstones as I could find; there is a "void" in the area and, according to the cemetery office, they are all buried in that one small section.
Also, for Cecil Hanks, I'm afraid the bottom part of the marker was buried deep enough that his death date is unreadable. The inscription on the marker, "PVT 68 FIELD ARTY 95 DIV" sounds like a WWII designation ... if so, there is no way that his death was in 1938 as listed on Find A Grave.
Also, I'm going to take the liberty of e-mailing you an uncropped version of the Harry C. and Linzea C. Hanks headstone so you can see what the area looks like.
Happy Labor Day Weekend,
Added by Hank Cox on Sep 04, 2009 7:48 PM
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